, 2022-12-20 10:30:00,
It’s a funny thing, but most international flight attendants will tell you that they do most of their shopping abroad. That includes anything from souvenirs or clothing to groceries or household items. We live out of our suitcases but always leave room for extra shopping. It’s partly about saving money as we know where to buy things the cheapest around the world but also, we don’t want to shop necessarily on our precious days off. Of course, it’s our way of sightseeing too and having precious memories of our travels.
If staying in the city, some like the fancy boutiques, and some prefer the flea markets for an extra special find. The Marais district is perfect for vintage clothing before stopping for a croissant and hot chocolate. The Aeroville Center, close to the airports is great for anything else. Auchan hypermarket is perfect for finding all your French favorite foods.
2/11 Cape Town
A trip to Cape Town is not complete without visiting Pick and Pay to browse the aisles and stock up on spice rubs and South African snacks. Boxed wine sometimes sneaks its way into the suitcase. Clicks drugstore is perfect for good value items such as vitamins and skincare.
TK Maxx is a go-to if you have time to root around for bargain clothing from Europe. Rewe supermarket is the place to go for all your favorite German foods. Rossman is super cheap for all drugstore items and they always have good offers.
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